The Tribeca loft project is located in Manhattan, New York, USA. This great project is built by the architect Fearon Hay Architects. With the covers area for about 550 square meters, this project was constructed in 2009. For more information about this project check the paragraph bellow!
This Tribeca loft project which built by the Fearon Hay Architect is located in Tribeca. It approximately completed covers a loft are for about 550 square meters. This project is ordered before the housing is occupied. It will be a challenging project in Manhattan. The area which existing inside the loft is about 3.6 meters is constructed with the reinforced concrete frame and the large multi-paned windows which offering a beautiful view of the skyline on three sides.
The strategy of this project is to provide the required division of the area with the minimum interference with the existing structure and maximum perception of the overall volume. The insertion of the steel which is framed and its glazed are raised the floor timber which provide the elevated sleeping platform inside the loft space. These glazed volumes are accompanied by the white blank which contains a bathroom, service and scullery functions. The entire service component is arranged in a linear sequence in the center of the space.
The insertions are placed carefully amongst the existing structural elements of columns, beams and corbels, freeing the structure and the perimeter of the loft from the division.
Further layering and configuration of the space is offered by layers of operable fabric screens and sliding panels. The various areas of the residence may be separated from one another or connected to each other as desired.
While the creation of the custom fitting like the blown pendant light glass, treated steel and the freestanding some wash band and bath is collaborated with the New Zealand and the New York artisans. As a result, the highly crafted and bespoke construction
Collaborating with artisans of both New Zealand and New York has enabled the creation of custom fittings such as blown glass pendant lights, treated steel and freestanding stone washbasins and bath, resulting in a highly crafted which is able to order first.